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JAX forges Australian research-training partnership

The Jackson Laboratory said it has signed a research and training agreement with an Australian university.

ACT Group donates copier to Charter Oak Cultural Center

Cromwell office equipment seller ACT Group recently donated a Kyocera color copier to Hartford multicultural arts and education programming nonprofit Charter Oak Cultural Center. The...

New Country Motor Group supports UConn victory parade

New Country Motor Car Group in Hartford provided the official vehicles for the UConn women's basketball team victory parade in Hartford last month. Gov. Dannel Malloy, Lt. Governor Nancy...

Boomers' tastes give retirement communities fresh look

Q&A discusses how the coming "Silver Tsunami" of Baby Boomers is impacing senior housing/retirement communities with Amenta Emma architect Myles R. Brown and Duncaster...

Tech sector drives commercial realty activity

Chris Dehnel Special to the Hartford Business Journal | 1

Greater Hartford has cracked the top 50 in a national ranking of cities with top tech talent, but don't expect the region to become another Silicon Valley, or supersede New York and Boston as a haven...

Largest Connecticut colleges and universities

RankCompanyFall 2014 undergraduate enrollment (1)/Percent from...

As college enrollments slow, online education competition heats up

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

As president of Connecticut's only public online college, Ed Klonoski thinks a lot of about numbers — enrollment figures, costs and demographics.

Hentschel: 'I still feel like I'm contributing'

Gregory Seay |

Dolores Hentschel is 15 years into her second act since her retirement from academia as an adult educator.

Eversource to sell three Wethersfield acres for $275K

Berlin electric utility Eversource Energy has asked regulators to approve its sale of three acres of land in Wethersfield for $275,000 to the Capital Region Education Council, which wants to build a...

CT ed boss Wentzell sheds 'interim' tag

Dianna R. Wentzell, a veteran Connecticut educator who has been on the department's staff since 2013 and took over as interim head last January, will now run it permanently as commissioner, Gov.

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